English women eye Euro glory
Arsenal fly to Serbia while Everton head to Hungary for the first legs of their round of 32 Champions League ties.
Dundee hope Melville will remain
Dundee remain hopeful that major investor Calum Melville will remain at the First Division club - despite tendering his resignation.
Street View prompts privacy code
German ministers propose a data protection code following meetings with firms such as Google and Apple to discuss privacy concerns.
Coach suspended over fake match
A former coach of the Togolese football team is suspended for three years after hosting a fake match against Bahrain earlier this month.
Wenger to face misconduct charge
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is charged by the FA with improper conduct during his side's 1-1 draw at Sunderland on Saturday.
Quartet return to Republic squad
Damien Duff, Keith Andrews, Keith Treacy and Darren O'Dea are back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the Euro 2012 qualifiers against Russia and Slovakia.
Pressley calls for league change
Falkirk manager Steven Pressley thinks reconstruction is required as the Old Firm stretch clear in the Scottish Premier League.
Given will not return - Hughton
Newcastle manager Chris Hughton insists Man City's Shay Given will not return to the club following an injury to first-choice goalkeeper Steve Harper.
Striker King signs Coventry deal
Coventry City sign striker Marlon King on a one-year contract three months after his release from prison for sexual assault.
Manager Harper leaves Kettering
Kettering Town boss Lee Harper leaves the club by mutual consent after recording just one league win this season.
Alexander set for new Ibrox deal
Neil Alexander is close to signing a contract extension with Rangers despite being viewed as second-choice goalkeeper.
'Seconds' to set up fake website
Setting up a copycat website to sell fake goods only takes a few seconds, according to a computer expert.
Attacks target recording industry
Piracy activists carry out coordinated attacks on websites owned by the music and film industry in protest against anti-piracy efforts.
Sierra Leone hopeful on Reo-Coker
Former England Under-21 captain Nigel Reo-Coker will be called into Sierra Leone's squad for the first time later this week.
Nein Street View
Google's German Street View encounters strong resistance
Injured Messi out for two matches
Barcelona star Lionel Messi will miss at least two matches with an ankle injury picked up in Barcelona's 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid in La Liga.
Bowyer apologises to Baggies fan
Birmingham midfielder Lee Bowyer has made an unreserved apology to a West Brom supporter he exchanged words with during Saturday's derby match.
Mobile chips battle for processing power
Facebook phone plans are denied
The social network denies reports that it is building its own brand phone but says it will "push deeper into the market".
FA ponders ban on player betting
English football bosses are considering whether to tighten the rules about players betting on matches.